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Human trafficking can assume various forms... [Read More]
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Ryan Roberts had a little added incentive to win his weight class at Clinton's Dave Elliott Memorial Wrestling Invitational — some deep family history.Roberts powered... [Read More]
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Adrian now is home to a resort for dogs. That's probably the best way to describe WetNose Resort and Supplies, 727 Bradish St. This... [Read More]
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Making vision boards on Thursday at the Tecumseh Senior Center. [Read More]
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Two men get jail and work-release in shooting, illegal entry case... [Read More]
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Near the close of last year, in October and early November, the village of Blissfield planted 22 trees. The trees were planted in keeping... [Read More]
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The Sand Creek Community Schools Board of Education will meet at 6 p.m. Monday, Jan. 15, in the Don Harlan Library in the middle/high school, 6518... [Read More]
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The Onsted Community Schools Board of Education will meet at 7 p.m. Monday, Jan. 15, in the administration building conference room, 10109 Slee Road. The... [Read More]
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The city of Adrian currently is accepting applications for the Adrian District Library board, board of review and human relations commission.Applications will be accepted through... [Read More]
An Onsted woman, her attorney and her veterinarian will be allowed to inspect the many dogs, horses and other animals seized from her last week.... [Read More]
The Adrian Downtown Development Authority is looking for donations. At Wednesday morning's DDA board of directors meeting, acting DDA chairman Chip Moore posed an... [Read More]
There were no apparent injuries, according to authorities, following a crash between a freight train and a car Thursday evening that resulted in more questions... [Read More]
On his second visit to Adrian, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Abdul El-Sayed posed a question: Why are you here?The 33-year-old physician and former Detroit health commissioner... [Read More]
Legal paperwork for the 66th annual Devils and Round Lakes Tip-Up Festival was approved Wednesday by the Rollin Township Board.The board voted 4-0 to approve... [Read More]
Animal cruelty case in court; Car hit by train; New restaurant announced; Swimming pool's varsity debut; Democrat for governor in Adrian;... [Read More]
Some have decent shoes or decent homes. Yet foot-dragging by the city council has left Tecumseh no further than when six planning commissioners ruled old... [Read More]
Hudson's longtime treasurer, Marcia Willett, has stepped down to focus on other work opportunities. Hudson City Manager Steve Hartsel said Thursday the city and... [Read More]
Panera Bread should be opening in Madison Township this spring. Birmingham-based developer Doraid Markus, principal with real estate developer Markus Management Group LLC that... [Read More]
It's a cliché, but it held true Wednesday: Basketball is a game of runs. The Siena Heights University women's basketball team overcame a pair... [Read More]
Wednesday night was not a good one for the Siena Heights University men's basketball team. In fact, coach Joe Pechota thought the 69-57 loss... [Read More]
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